Rush Limbaugh Net Worth

What was Rush Limbaugh’s Net Worth at Death (2021)?

Rush Limbaugh Net Worth:
$700 Million

Rush Limbaugh Net Worth

Rush Limbaugh – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $700 Million
Date of birth: January 12, 1951 – February 17, 2021 (70 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Radio Host

Opinionated and conservative talk show host who was known for his controversial and inciting commentary. He won a Marconi Radio Award for Syndicated Radio Personality of the Year.

He used the pseudonyms Rusty Sharpe and Jeff Christie and also worked as a disc jockey.

At times in his career, he’s had the highest-rated talk radio program in the United States.


After leaving college, Rush Limbaugh started to work as a DJ. He became the disc jockey for WIXZ. In 1973, he moved to KQV in Pittsburg. He got fired in 1974 and started to do works for several radio stations. In 1979, he became the promotions director of the baseball team Kansas City Royals.

Rush Limbaugh Net Worth
When Rush Limbaugh died, the year of 2021, he had quite the decent net worth.

Personal Life

He got married 4 times: first to Roxy Maxine McNeely on September 24, 1977, then to Michelle Sixta Wennerholm on December 19, 1982, to Marta Maranda Fitzgerald on May 27, 1994, and to Kathryn Rogers on June 5, 2010.

He and Glenn Beck both became known for their outspoken, and often controversial, brand of conservatism.


“Real prosperity comes from everybody in the country working together in a growth mode. Real prosperity comes as a result of people’s own initiative and efforts and so forth. Prosperity, if it comes from the government, is not prosperity. It’s an existence or a subsistence or whatever, but it isn’t prosperity.”

— Rush Limbaugh

“I must be honest. I can only read so many paragraphs of a New York Times story before I puke.”

— Rush Limbaugh

“Life is busy. There are daily concerns and obligations that have to be met, and to take time to think about how precious and special a human life is that you only get one, and that every wasted minute is lost. You can’t get it back.”

— Rush Limbaugh

“The Limbaugh Theorem was not about me giving me credit for something. It was simply sharing with you when the light went off.”

— Rush Limbaugh

“I want Obama to have to weigh in on Ben Affleck as Batman. It’s about time Obama went to work.”

— Rush Limbaugh